Edit: I just realized i skipped an input on the driver parameters on the WinISD program. I didn't input the PE into the parameter, which is probably why it couldn't calculate haha.
My gross space is 41W x 22T x 24D for the trunk area of my jeep. All together I've got about 10 cubes Gross to work with.
Going simply by mach speed I could run a single 8" aero and mach speed of 0.10. I'm a bit concerned that it won't be nearly enough port in the real world, though I do think it would help control the sub with extending under tuning.
On the other hand, I'm also looking at a simple 8H x 8W x 21D square that comes out to 8"/cube. I know with slot you generally want more port, but what about basic square/rectangulars?
The driver in question is the IA 21" DP. Running off of a generic 2k, seeing as how I haven't decided what to run yet. I'm aiming peak tuning around 28-30 hz. The goal is to be able to play down to 20hz with no fears of melting coils or shredding spiders.
I'm starting to use WinISD as well as Bass Box Pro. I'm running this scenario through WinISD at the moment.. estimating a solid 8 cubes net by time I put in the bracing, sub, and port depending on which style of port I actually use.
I know there is a recent thread on ports but I can't seem to find it. Anyone have any advice on this scenario? I'm trying to understand what is happening here compared to asking people to do my work for me. Need some opinions please.